Sangha a spiritual community. The Triratna Buddhist Community is a community of people who are trying together to follow the Buddha’s path. In traditional Buddhist terms, it seeks to be a true sangha or spiritual community.
Sangha Practice Evenings
Every Monday we have a class for those with prior experience of our mediations. We meet at 7:00pm, with meditation followed by discussion around a Buddhist text.
Triratna NYC retreat November 2013
Some times for shedualing reasons it’s the second Sunday.
These meditation days are for anyone who is familiar with our meditations.
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Sangha is a word in Indian languages that can be translated roughly as “association” or “assembly”. It is commonly used in several senses to refer to Buddhist groups. Traditionally, it almost always has one of two meanings: most commonly, sangha means the order of ordained Buddhist monks or nuns (that is, there is one sangha of monks and one of nuns). In a stricter sense, sangha can mean the assembly of all beings possessing some degree of enlightenment, such as arhats and bodhisattvas; this is referred to as the arya-sangha or noble sangha. In modern Western countries, sangha is often used much more loosely to refer to any group of Buddhists with a meaning similar to “congregation.”
(note Sangha is also a region of the Republic of the Congo.)